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2003-03-12 EMC, Hitachi settle all pending patent litigations
EMC Corp. and Hitachi Ltd have agreed upon a settlement of all pending patent infringement litigations, including five-year agreements that include patent cross-licenses and mutual releases between EMC and Hitachi and its subsidiaries.
2011-06-16 Apple to pay Nokia licensing fees
Apple has agreed to pay Nokia licensing fees to put an end to the companies' litigations.
2007-07-03 SanDisk, Ritek settle dispute, ink license pact
SanDisk and Ritek have settled their patent litigations and entered into a royalty-bearing patent cross-license agreement.
2013-03-19 ZTE spent over $1B for R&D in 2012
Chinese telecom firm ZTE has shelled out more than $4 billion in R&D over the past four years, spending heavily on cross-licensing IP.
2011-06-01 Tessera sues Sony for contract violation
Tessera has filed a lawsuit against Sony in the California State Court for violating of contract due to non-payment of royalties.
2008-11-19 Spansion sues Samsung for patent infringement
Spansion Inc. has filed two separate patent infringement complaints against Samsung with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and in the U.S. District Court in Delaware.
2007-09-10 SK Supreme Court invalidates two FormFactor patent claims
The South Korea Supreme Court has issued a ruling affirming a 2005 Korea Patent Court decision invalidating certain claims of FormFactor's Korea Patent Nos. 278342 and 399210.
2015-02-09 Putting cloud-based supply chain under the microscope
Seemingly unadaptable to emerging technologies, supply chain is undergoing some major changes as cloud technologies make their way to make this business process less complex.
2006-06-28 Mosaid announces Q4, year-end results
Mosaid Technologies announced financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended April 30, 2006.
2005-08-10 Korean regulators put the heat on Intel
Antitrust authorities in Korea have started looking into rebate and marketing deals Intel Corp. has made with personal computer manufacturers there, according to a regulatory filing Monday (Aug. 8).
2006-02-14 Korean patent court decides on FormFactor case
FormFactor announced the Korean Patent Court issued an oral ruling declining to render a decision on the company's Korean patent no. 252,457 regarding wafer probe card technology.
2008-11-28 InterDigital, Samsung end patent licensing discord
InterDigital Communications has entered into a binding term sheet with Samsung Electronics that resolves the outstanding arbitration issues involving Samsung's sale of 2G products, as well as the 3G patent licensing disputes for Samsung's sales of products through 2012.
2011-08-12 Innofidei, Siano settle dispute
Siano and Innofidei have announced that they have resolved their dispute amicably and expeditiously. The companies are dropping the court cases against each other on the basis of mutual respect.
2004-11-12 Infineon, Promos form DRAM license pact
Infineon Technologies AG and Promos Technologies Inc. have reached into an agreement regarding Promos' license of Infineon's DRAM technologies transferred to Promos.
2009-05-19 EC ruling hits Intel with $1.45B fine, PR nightmare
With $10.6 billion in cash and short-term investments as at the end of Q1, Intel Corp. would seem to have more than ample resources to pay off a $1.45 billion fine levied by the European Commission for actions that violated antitrust rules.
2002-11-19 Cree, Nichia enter GaN cross patent license agreement
Cree Inc. and Nichia Corp. have entered into a patent cross license agreement concerning gallium nitride-based optoelectronic technology.
2008-04-22 Court junks FormFactor's patent complaint
The Seoul (Korea) Southern District Court issued an oral ruling dismissing wafer probe card supplier FormFactor Inc.'s complaint alleging Phicom's infringement of seven claims of FormFactor's Korean patent no.252457, and four claims of FormFactor's Korean patent no. 324064.
2009-11-16 Analysis: What's next after Intel-AMD settlement?
Intel's acceptance of a $1.25 billion settlement deal delivered to AMD what it has always sought: an implicit admission by Intel it had not always played fair in the global chip market.
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